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Monday, 25 February 2008

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Ownyrvoice

This account is flawed on the shooting. The title says TWO shot to death and later it appears to be ONE. Now the number of deaths isn’t the issue, nor is it journalistic ethics. The issue is that many people like me rely on info from sources like this (and Cameroon Tribune too) and if they could get such an issue as the number of deaths wrong, then I have some reservations on the quality of information that seeps through the media.

That said, the populace seems to be impervious to impunity and this seems to give some the right to manipulate the naivety and depravation of an oppressed people for some obscure gains. As an activist of the early nineties movement that brought to fruition (or perdition?) multiparty politics in Cameroon, I am not very liberal in lending my support to men of the ilk of Nintcheu, Fru Ndi, Frederick Kodock, or anyone else who appoints himself the voice of the people. It’s all déjà vu. What I find rather ironical is that Biya employees still do not understand that you can quell a riot without using bullets. All you do is accept the looting (which is inevitable anyway) and allow time to calm down passions.

I do want to see a movement that brings change to Cameroon, something so inspiring that it will restore all the characters of hope, something delightfully and magically designed for the downtrodden, a new face, and a new beginning harbinger of another way of doing things: Paul Biya’s departure.

I believe in miracles!

mcpaual

fellow brothers and sisters in cameroon. the time has come for us to say enough is enough. cameroon must change. we say no to any constitutional ammendments and price hikes. its rather unfortunate that some of our brothers have lost their lives. but we should understand that no genuine change will come so easily. we must keep on fighting to liberate cameroon else we shall all rot under this regime full of embezzlers and people who have traded their souls to the devil for money and selfishness. lets all stand up and say no. camerron has got to move ahead and not remain in the politics of the 40's where people just wake up and decide to do whatever pleases them.

mcpaual

let the minister bann all the radio stations in cameroon. but i tell u one thing mister minister. the time has come and u too will not be left out. we have always known that crtv is not a station. i wonder how many people tune to crtv nowadays. bann all images as well but i tell u we shall have those images and we shall use them to stirr up the population against u and ur regime.

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